Final few retirement apartments in Quedgeley
There are only five apartments remaining, but downsizers can still enjoy a stress-free move to Queen Anne Court in Quedgeley.
Aspen Retirement Living has teamed up with specialists Move With Us to help make moving quick and easy.
It means even those who have a home of their own to sell could still be in with a chance of retiring to a privately owned apartment that offers safety, security, comfort and companionship.
Liz Herring, sales and marketing manager for Aspen, explains: “Queen Anne Court has proved popular with downsizers due to the combination of the location, specification and support that’s available if and when it’s needed.
“The limited availability means buyers must act fast, but that doesn’t mean that those with an existing property to sell have to miss out. Move With Us will help them find a buyer, including valuing their home and liaising with local estate agents to get it sold. And once they have a buyer we’ll pay the agent’s fees.”
The final properties at Queen Anne Court offer a choice of stylish, spacious, well-equipped two-bedroom apartments. Priced from £184,500, they’re ideal for both the active retired and those who perhaps need some extra care.
Home owners will be able to retain their independence, living in their own home, while also benefitting from the reassurance of friendly on-site support staff and an emergency call system.
Communal facilities include a restaurant where home owners can dine if they wish, a residents’ lounge, conservatory and beautifully maintained landscaped gardens. There’s also a guest suite for when family come to stay.
“There’s a really friendly feel to Queen Anne Court and new neighbours have soon become firm friends. Some have even compared it to having their own social club as there’s always something going on including coffee mornings and scrabble clubs,” Liz added.
Situated off Bristol Road in Quedgeley, residents of Queen Anne Court will find that everything they need is conveniently located close-by, including a medical centre, dentists’ surgery, a large Tesco supermarket and a retail park. And as the area is relatively flat, it’s easy for those with mobility problems to get around.
The development is on a regular bus route to and from Gloucester city centre and is also just 10 miles from Stroud and some pretty Cotswold villages for days out.
Visit aspenretirement.co.uk to find out more.